Bay Area Bike to Wherever Days are Coming in May Bay Area Bike to Wherever Days are Coming in May PR Newswire SAN FRANCISCO, April 13, 2021 SAN FRANCISCO, April 13, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Bicycling has never been more popular across the region and May brings the return of Bike Month and […]

All public schools must start offering in-person learning five days a week as of Monday, April 19, Gov. Chris Sununu has announced. Administrators are being given 2 1/2 weeks’ notice of the change so they can make the necessary adjustments, the governor said. “We want to get kids back into […]

NORMAL, Ill. (AP) — Illinois State University sophomore Jasminh Randall, a finance major from Rockford, was planning to spend her spring break in Cancun with her three roommates. But instead of catching some sun in Mexico, the four of them were playing games on the second floor of the Bone […]

This article is published in partnership with TexasTribune.org. As many Texas universities take the extraordinary step of canceling or significantly reducing spring break during the pandemic, some schools are hosting on-campus events and continuing the weeklong break in March despite concerns about college students using the time to travel and […]

School districts can avoid having to make-up snow days be allowing students to go online ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. — Some area school districts had a snow day on Wednesday while others were in-session. In other school districts, students stayed home and went to school online. COVID-19 has forced school […]

Salt, sugar, and a slab of fish. This, truly, is the full list of ingredients you need to make cured salmon at home. But, if you’re so inclined, you can absolutely make things a touch more interesting. Spices, spirits, herbs, and other flavorful ingredients, such as fresh beets or horseradish, […]

How will America look after all this is over? Under normal times, Wednesday would be just another day. Congressional certification of the electoral college winner is nothing new. Neither is a presidential oath-taking. Both are ceremonial formalities that memorialize politically settled events. Likewise, political protests on any given day and […]

If you visit Hagley Park in the West Midlands of England and make it to the big 18th-century house of the Lyttelton family, walk another half-mile to the east and you’ll come upon an exotic and impressive sight once you clear the trees. In front of you is what seems […]

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — As a boy growing up in Kingsley, Adam Zellmer remembers winter school cancellations as carefree days filled with sledding, snowball fights and snow forts. Now, as superintendent of South Hardin Community Schools, Zellmer starts inclement winter mornings by driving the roads of Hardin County at […]

I live in Nazareth, Pennsylvania which is about 1hr and 30 minutes each way between New York City and Philadelphia. I’m married with a one-year-old daughter, and my wife and I have lived here our entire lives. We had a couple of vacations cancelled because of the COVID-19 pandemic and […]

CHELMSFORD, MA — During a normal year, news of a snowstorm heading for Chelmsford would bring the prospect that school could be canceled. But with online learning amid the coronavirus pandemic, that prospect has dimmed somewhat. This year, the state is allowing school districts to pivot to virtual learning instead […]

New York City is bracing for a winter storm on Wednesday and Thursday, but Mayor Bill de Blasio has a message for public school kids and parents: They’ll be online learning remotely as the snow comes down, “whether they are happy about it or not.” And the Big Apple isn’t […]

“Snow day.” These two words have charmed New York children for generations, conjuring thoughts of sledding down Central Park’s Pilgrim Hill or building snowmen at Forest Park in Queens; of strapping on ice skates and heating up hot chocolate. But as school districts adapt to the pandemic by moving classes […]

Between concerns about schools staying open and the challenges of learning remotely, teachers and students are haunted by another question that goes beyond 2020: Will snow days disappear forever? Schools invested in both the know-how and technology to teach students remotely. In the midst of a pandemic, they had no […]

“Having those snow days is part of the tradition of being a student, being a teacher,” said Tom Vontz, the director of the Master of Arts in Teaching program at Kansas State University. In this 2013 photo, students at Wilbur Middle School unload from buses in the snow. The Wichita […]